Australia Green Vehicle Guide If you are in the market for a new vehicle in Australia you have to check out this fantastic site from the government. (tags: environment car globalwarming climatechange) ThePodcastNetwork :: The TPN Blog » Blog Archive » [Press Release] Groundbreaking Music Podcaster Brian Ibbott joins The Podcast Network TPN has twoContinue reading “links for 2006-10-31”
Global warming will cost world $9 trillion: report. 30/10/2006. ABC News Online Can we afford not to change how we are living? (tags: environment globalwarming climatechange) Govt still not serious about climate change: Labor. 25/10/2006. ABC News Online While Australia has still not sign Kyoto the current government is starting to fund some environmental projects.Continue reading “links for 2006-10-30”
Ok I know I am meant to go purchase Windows Media Centre 2005 so I can stream videos onto my XBox, but come on there has to be a better way! In know you can hack it but why does Microsoft cripple the XBox 360? There are promises, I just hope they come through.
A few connected thoughts. The environment, climate change, and global warming are the talking point of every politician and news organisation at the moment. I get the feeling that there has been a “tipping point” reached and we might actually be making some progress here. Not sure what the trigger event was, maybe Al Gore’sContinue reading “The environment”
I kind of think that Google is becoming just like everyone else. They are adjusting the process just a bit, is this in response to candidates going else where or a recognition that they need to grow faster, ie put on candidates as greater speed? Or is it as the article suggests they are transitioning from aContinue reading “Google tweaks its hiring process”
If you are missing an iPod David Berlind may have it. Last week, I found a beautiful, sleek, black video iPod. It’s one of the 30GB models that looks very much like the one pictured to the left. The owner of this iPod has been taking very good care of it by keeping it inContinue reading “Are you missing an iPod?”
It has been a few days since I last posted, sorry. Been a bit busy, mother in town, attending the Melbourne Arts Festival, blogging at work, sick and our cat died :-(. Anyway I am back again look for a few posts in the coming days.
Last Friday Tom Reynolds was let go from Telstra, which by itself is not a big issue, people get let go everyday. Where this little story gets a little interesting is Tom is a blogger, and not just a personal blogger but a corporate blogger on Telstra’s site called Now We Are Talking. Ok could beContinue reading “Tom Reynolds unemployed corporate blogger”
Dealing with the Digg Effect – A First Hand Story and Advice on Keeping Your Site Up An interesting post on how to deal with a major spike in traffic, such as ending up on the front page of Digg. (tags: WordPress web2.0 traffic Security PHP)
I got an email, come press release, this morning from Gayleen Robinson about a service for job seekers called QuietAgent, normally I read these types of messages and sit back and wait. Wait why, to see who else has got the email and read their view points. However today I felt given title of theContinue reading “Shhh, want a job?”